On The Voice Live Finale, all four finalists (Brynn Cartelli, Britton Buchanan, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker) get to perform with superstars other than their coaches. Spensha will sing “What Ifs” with country star Kane Brown. Britton will sing the devastatingly sad song “To Be Without You” with Ryan Adams. Voice coach Jennifer Hudson will return to sing “I Know Where I’ve Been” with her former backup singer Kyla Jade. And Brynn Cartelli gets to perform a medley of two new songs (“Issues” and “Jump”) written by Julia Michaels, who served as a mentor for Team Adam this season on The Voice.
Julia Michaels’ new single “Jump” features rapper Trippie Redd. The 18-year-old was born Michael Lamar White IV in Canton, Ohio. After graduating from high school he moved to Atlanta where he met rapper/producer Lil Wop. Trippie Redd is known for his singles “Love Scars”, “Poles1469”, and “Dark Knight Dummo.” In March 2018, White said his debut studio album will feature collaborations with Lil Wayne and Erykah Badu. The Voice Live Finale airs Tuesday, May 22 on NBC.
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— Trippie Redd (@trippieredd) February 6, 2018